English Grammar — Causative Verbs Causative verbs express an action which is caused to happen. In other words, when I have something done for me I cause it to happen. In other words, I do not actually do anything, but ask someone else to do it for me. This is the sense of causative verbs.…Подробнее
СКІЛЬКИ ТРЕБА МАТИ ГРОШЕЙ, ЩОБ ПЕРЕТНУТИ КОРДОН ПО БЕЗВІЗУ? 👉 Норвегія — 500 норвезьких крон, тобто 1580 грн; 👉 Фінляндія — 30 євро в день (880 грн); 👉 Швеція — 47 євро в день (1370 грн) 👉 Естонія — 86 євро в день (2,5 тис. грн); 👉 Латвія — 14 євро на день (400 грн); 👉 Литва — 40 євро в…Подробнее
Present Perfect: problem areas have/has + Ved/V3 1. Present perfect (not present simple) to state when, with reference to a present situation, you state how long (in days, years, months etc) this situation has been operative. Note that I have been here for a week means that I arrived one week ago and I am…Подробнее
How to use Would would for unreal situations The word would is used for unreal or imagined situations: ‘I would love to visit New York.’ ‘She would like to be professional footballer.’ ‘We would go, but we are too busy.’ would as a past tense would and wouldn’t are the past tense of will and…Подробнее
Will vs Be going to
There is no one ‘future tense’ in English. There are 4 future forms. The one which is used most often in spoken English is ‘going to’, not ‘will’.
Look at the difference between these sentences:
Confusing Words. What is the difference between Advise and Advice? Infographic explaining when to use these words.
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Knowing the Difference Between “Activity” and “Action” Will Help You Achieve Your Goals Faster by Activities could include … Group site discussions Reading blogs Reading emails Doing research Brainstorming ideas actions like … Writing Reading and doing the exercises in The Accelerated Program Contacting clients Building a website … will produce specific, tangible results. Remember an Activity will never produce…Подробнее
English Learning Games for Kids Airplane competition: First, have your Ss make some paper airplanes. Stand the Ss in a line and let them test fly their planes. For the competition, assign different classroom objects points (e.g. table 5 points, door 10 points, trash can 20 points). Ask a S a question and if s/he…Подробнее
What the difference between: Ground, Land, Earth? When we use each of them? Examples of conversational use: Ground: The price of the house was reduced because it was built on unlevel ground. Land: The Syrian Arab Republic is the land that he loves. (In this case, «land» means country) The family owns 12 acres of…Подробнее
Should have or Would have? Perfect Infinitive I have found out that there is a difference between expressions «should have» and «would have». And one should think what is preferably to use «should» or «would». Also I would like to emphasize that your «counterexample» uses «would» while example from your book uses «should». ‘You should…Подробнее
What’s the Difference? Favorite vs. favourite The English language is the most widely used language in the world. In fact, it is used as a second language in most countries, and international organizations use it as their official language. It is of Germanic origin brought by Anglo-Saxon settlers to Great Britain in the 5th…Подробнее
American English. Spelling Note the following spelling differences between British and American English. There are other spelling differences which do not follow any particular “rules”, and these words have to be learned individually (for example, judgement in British English can be spelled the same way in American English, but many North Americans also spell…Подробнее